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'''Midway Games Inc.''' (formerly '''Midway Manufacturing''' and '''Midway''') was an American video game developer and publisher. Midway's franchises included ''Mortal Kombat'', ''Rampage (series)|Rampage'', ''Spy Hunter'', ''NBA Jam (series)|NBA Jam'', ''Cruis'n (series)|Cruis'n'', and ''NFL Blitz''. Midway also acquired the rights to video games that were originally developed by Williams Electronics and Atari Games, such as ''Defender (video game)|Defender'', ''Joust (video game)|Joust'', ''Robotron 2084'', ''Gauntlet (series)|Gauntlet'', and the ''Rush (video game series)|Rush'' series. The company's predecessor Midway Manufacturing was founded in 1958, as an amusement game manufacturer. In 1973 it moved into the interactive entertainment industry, Video game developer|developing and video game publisher|publishing arcade game|arcade video games. The company...
LogoMidway Games logo.png
Logo captionFinal Midway logo (1997–2009)
TypePublic
FateBankruptcy
SuccessorNetherRealm Studios
Foundation1958 (reincorporated as a new company in 1988)
Defunct2010
LocationChicago, Illinois, United States|U.S.
IndustryInteractive entertainment
Products''Ms. Pac-Man''
''Spy Hunter''
''Rampage (series)|Rampage''
''Mortal Kombat''
''NBA Jam''
''Cruis'n (series)|Cruis'n''
''NFL Blitz''
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arcade
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bally midway manufacturing co., inc.
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v-system co. (bally/midway/sente license)
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